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We’re Hiring! (again)

We’re excited to advertise another new position at Safe In Our World!

We are currently recruiting for an outstanding Partnerships and Training Officer for Safe In Our World.

This is an exciting new role and the successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of Safe In Our World’s flagship Level Up Mental Health Programme, focusing on increasing the number of partners through recruitment, developing relationships with current partners and providing an excellent level of support to all.

The role will also cover the roll out and administration of all the Charity’s training courses and as we are a small team, you may be involved in a variety of other administrative tasks.

To be able to be in the position to grow our team and expand on our initiatives is fantastic, and we’d like to also use this opportunity to thank everyone for their ongoing support to Safe In Our World.

Click HERE to apply for the position and to learn more about the role.

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Role Description: Charity Officer

Hours of work: 37.5 hours per week

Location: Remote working – access to desk space in London / Watford

Summary

Reporting to the Trustees, the Charity officers’ duties are related to business development, project management, strategy, finance, and more in a wide ranging role. It’s a role where you’re often the first point of contact for enquiries and will be involved in the day-to-day running of the charity.

Charity officers will be expected to support and lead on some of the following tasks:

  • Organising fundraising events and applying for grants
  • Creating fundraising initiatives and flyers.
  • Developing marketing oversight on marketing activities.
    liaise with external agencies, including voluntary sector organisations, the media, local authorities, business contacts, trustees and other stakeholders or clients
  • Targeting potential donors.
  • Recruiting and liaising with volunteers.
  • Preparing reports and general administrative work.
  • Position themselves as the PR face of the charity.

Qualifications

While a degree, or internationally recognised higher education equivalent is welcome, it is by no means a necessity. Experience of real life and a working history is just as important. We welcome applications regardless of qualifications or education history.

Essential Skills

  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Being able to work on different projects at the same time.
  • Excellent planning skills.
  • Being creative and flexible.
  • Being proactive.
  • Having competent written and spoken communication abilities.
  • Being committed to Safe in our World’s ambitions.
  • Previous experience working within the charity sector.

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